Smartphones have aged well through the years, from being a luxury to a necessity. You neither can survive without it, nor can you imagine a life without it. And some smartphones, like the ones from the Apple generation, have turned into a class statement. You tend to show off your iPhones more!
Out of all the other elements and features in Instagram, your bio is one of the most under-utilized features. However, it is extremely important. Without a proper and perfect bio, it can be very difficult, if not impossible for you to describe you and your business perfectly to the users. If they do not know what you do and what your product is all about, there will be no significant reason left to them to follow you.
A whiteboard has enjoyed global success for several decades on end and has been proudly displayed in offices and conferences. After all, some of the best ideas and thoughts come to light when written down on a whiteboard, and enough studies out there have proven that fact time and again. Given the world that we live in today, it really comes as no surprise that whiteboards have now found a place online as well.
Technology is changing lives in so many ways. People get a good chance to make the most of their life when they put technology at the forefront for things that may have been done on paper before.
The 2019 Apple Conference took place on September 10, and with it came a number of new and exciting updates. The company released all its new gadgets, including, as expected, new iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches, getting Apple aficionados incredibly excited for what's coming out for the approaching holiday season.
I was born in the summer of 1979.
Last week, I was dashing with arms greedily full of cakes and sandwiches, having placed my phone into the hood of my buggy, collapsing the buggy and handing it to the driver to stick in his trunk.
There’s this concept online called crowdfunding. In basic language, crowdfunding is a group of people that buy into another individual's/company's idea. I mean buy as in money, and buy as in you like what they are selling. I actually can’t tell you how I got involved, but believe me, it had to be something I saw online that made me say, “Wow!” I was working then, though money was tight, but what I saw made me say, “I've got to have this!” The problem was my spouse, who wasn’t my spouse at the time, but we were dating and living together. I knew that spending money on a watch was not going to fly. Yes, the first geeky item I pledged to was a watch. This watch connected to your phone and you got notifications. This was before smart watches were the rage. What I did was to first talk up the watch by saying how it could keep me from missing messages on my commute from New York to New Jersey. Well, that didn’t work, so I did what I knew was fail proof: It was an early birthday present to myself. While I was wheeling and dealing with my spouse on this watch, I went to a newfound website of geek items and saw another watch. This time, not only could I get notifications, but I could talk into it. Dick Tracy here I come! Now, I’m talking about two watches. Well, I only have one birthday, so how could I get her to see things from my point of view? Nope, it wasn’t going to happen, so I did the unthinkable and just kept my big mouth shut. The website that had grabbed my attention that I was not mentioning was Kickstarter.
The modern world of web is fast changing, and the devices that were used before are not used now. Similarly, the apps and tools that you used to have even a couple of years back in your mobile phones and computers are not used now.